Silver Alert CT- Jennifer Dulos, 50, New Canaan, 24 May 2019 #2

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  1. Herat

    Herat Way out West

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  2. peace9274

    peace9274 Well-Known Member

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    According to the warrant, the plates were found in the FedEx box that was recovered from the drain.

    From page 5 of the warrant:

    “Inside the Fed Ex box, investigators located 2 Connecticut license plates whose appearance had been altered through the use of tape and adhesive.”

    “The actual license plate (Connecticut passenger plate 516WDJ) had been modified to read 5T6WBU.

    “When actual plates (516WDJ) were queried, Department of Motor Vehicles records indicated the plates came back status: Cancelled on a 2007 Chevrolet Suburban registered to (Fotis) Dulos.”
     
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  3. Sherlockhemlock

    Sherlockhemlock Well-Known Member

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    My mom and stepfather got divorced after 5 years (mostly money issues) and dated for 17 years, until he died. They spent all day together, had dinner together, she even helped him with his work (both jewelers), spent holidays together. they just couldn't live together or have joint accounts.
     
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    In addition:

    There was a legal filing last week in the continuing legal suit by the grandmother to recover the monies he owed in "borrowing" from JD's father.

    The filing, I believe dated May 29, specified that FD had only provided copies of payment checks, and the suit demanded legal document of his ledgers and banking records.

    This would expose the pyramid scheme and the felony fraud he had committed and likely send him to prison on it's own. The filing was in the prior thread, probably near the last half. I can't get to it tonight, but someone might be able to find it. I would assume his civil legal representation would have received some advance notice of this.

    Perhaps this was the trigger that set him off. (NO EXCUSES MADE FOR HIM).
     
  5. borndem

    borndem Anglophile & registered demwit

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    The genius probably assumes, "No body -- no murder trial," so why should he say anything? I do wonder what he'll tell his attorney about all this.
    If (hmmm, "if" ??) his DNA or prints are mixed-in with all that , he'll probably just say he made 30 different trips to dump all that trash that he found up and down the street in front of his house or wherever he said he found it-- that'll be the hard one -- to sell anybody on why so many stops.
    He's smarter than LE and the prosecutors, ya know!
    Where have we seen that before???
     
  6. WhimsicalWillow

    WhimsicalWillow All of my posts are MOO & accuracy not guaranteed

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    I want MT to sing like a canary.

    What do you think will happen? Do you think she will “pull a Krystal” and say that he forced her to clean up and help him hide her body?
     
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    Sounds like PRE-MEDITATED MURDER to me
     
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    Do you think he lied in reporting his assets? Do you think he hid money to claim broke?

    I think FD planned to live a new life with his mistress and wanted to kill JD in order to be in control of Hilliard Farber’s Estate & trust funds set up for JD and her kids. He wanted JD and the kids’ money.
     
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    Agreed. If he altered the plates, he had to have been planning this.

    Sure, it could have been a “rage killing”. He has the anger problems capable of committing one.

    However, I think he is evil and deviant enough to have strategically planned JD’s murder. I believe it was all about stealing JD and the kids’ money from their trust funds.
     
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    Answers to your questions:
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    It is sad that Jennifer tried everything legally possible to protect herself and still, he killed her.
     
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    Perhaps other than living with armed guards all over her home and property, and worrying if she could trust any of them..

    This is a huge parable for a million + women in the US that live in desperate fear and oppression.

    Those who can't leave the house. Those who have to beg or submit to degrading or unethical behavior to get fed or feed their children. Those who have no access to their friends or to unsupervised visits.

    Look at these boards - what are they full of? Murdered women, murdered children, families torn by deceit and violence.

    Why can we not get ahold of this?
     
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    borndem Anglophile & registered demwit

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    Ahhhh -- thanks!
    Wow, talk about intent and the need to cover your tracks. Very incriminating, IMO. Just the thing. How smart to have something like that -- just regular cover-up-the blood-and-bodily-fluids footwear. I've never seen those before. Certainly nothing to make LE think they were up to no good, huh?! How smart. He is indeed a genius. SMH.
     
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    I’m puzzled why she was going to dr appointments 3+ hours away. There have to be closer doctors. I lived in rural America and had my daughter at a hospital 3 hours away but that was the closest one that handled high risk. Also, If her appointment wasn’t until 1 then the soonest she would expect to be home would be 5 (not figuring traffic) but the nanny got to NYC by 7 meaning she would have had to leave by st least 4. Something had to have clued the nanny in that there was a problem early on. JMO
     
  16. MassGuy

    MassGuy The Monsters Aren’t The Ones Beneath The Bed

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    There’s just not an easy solution.

    You can’t throw someone in jail for making threats that can’t be proven.

    Even if you can prove them, you can’t keep them locked up forever.

    It’s not like you can put police officers outside the home of every woman who is in fear.

    If someone wants to kill you, they will.

    Jennifer did everything right, and it didn’t make a difference.

    It’s a sad reality, and there’s no magic bullet to fix it.
     
  17. clearskies1

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    NC is about 45 miles from Manhattan. A 1.5 hour drive. Not to sound snobby, but a lot of the good doctors in the tri-state area are in the City, not the suburbs. She missed her 11 am appointment. Perhaps the nanny, her doctors (perhaps mental health professionals?) and family were on high alert about her whereabouts considering the volatility in the divorce proceedings and JD's mother's lawsuit. There may have been a plan in place if anything went askew. JMO.
     
  18. Jethro4WS

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    Since both plates were modified it leads me to think that the vehicle had traveled where there are known license plate readers. Any of the routes from New Caanan to Farmington do not involve toll roads. I wonder if the vehicle the plates were on traveled into New York, perhaps across the Tappan Zee bridge. But I suppose law enforcement has checked into that.
     
  19. clearskies1

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    Agree. Also, a person is a much easier target in an isolated suburb. It's why I feel more secure living in the City. My apartment neighbors can hear a disturbance, and there is only one way into my home -- the apartment door. I'm not concerned about garages, back doors or even windows.
     
  20. Sherlockhemlock

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    Thanks. I was thinking it was further based on some comments in the other thread.
     
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